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More than 10,000 people have signed an online petition objecting to Highways England’s plans to infill or demolish more than 100 disused railway bridges, which campaigners say could be needed for new rail or active travel routes.
The Government needs a better understanding on whether funding allocated to local authorities to prevent flooding is matching local risks, MPs have warned.
Regulator the Office of Rail and Road has confirmed John Larkinson as its permanent chief executive officer, following a public competition and the endorsement of the prime minister.
Sub-national transport body England’s Economic Heartland has published an ‘ambitious’ transport strategy which ‘sets out how the region’s transport system can support economic growth while delivering net zero emissions by as early as 2040’.
Stevenage Borough Council has appointed Willmott Dixon for an £8m project to build a new bus interchange as part of the town’s 20-year £1bn regeneration programme.
The Government has launched a job search for the first chair of the planned national Infrastructure Bank.
The West Midlands Combined Authority has given the green light for the new £24m Dudley Interchange.
Construction work at the new Tottenham Court Road Elizabeth line station is ‘sufficiently finished for final commissioning activities to start’, Crossrail Ltd has said.
The HS2 Phase 2a Bill has been given Royal Assent, meaning work can now start on the next phase of the project from the West Midlands to Crewe.
Steven Baylis, partner at Lime Solicitors, discusses the potential for a corporate manslaughter case.
In the first of a series of case studies, Transport Network looks at Suffolk County Council’s Live Labs project, which has used sensor technology in a quest to develop new SMART approaches across communications, materials, energy and mobility.
Even before COVID supply chains have been shortening. In the digital age and app economy, is there a new role for local?
The first ever virtual Highways Awards on 28 January was a major success with a record audience, great humour from host Colin Murray and a huge buzz on social media.